Here are the slides to a guest talk delivered at the Centre for Research in Digital Education at Edinburgh University on the theme ‘Just Google it! Digital Literacy & epistemologies of ignorance’: A version of the same talk was delivered at a symposium in the annual conference of […]
Researcher and lecturer interested in literacy studies, language education, and digital epistemology.
I have had the pleasure of working at the University of Bradford, Lancaster University, and currently at Queen's University Belfast.
I am pleased to have published a new paper, to appear in a Special Issue of Teaching in Higher Education. The Special Issue is entitled Experts, knowledge and criticality in the age of ‘alternative facts’: re-examining the contribution of higher education and will be available on the journal’s website […]
The following are the slides to my keynote talk at the International Malaysian Educational Technology Convention this week: The talk was basically a collection of ideas that I have been working on, some of which have emerged in previous work and some in a recent project based at […]
Reflection on a recent event I organised at Queen’s University Belfast Photo by @catherinecronin https://twitter.com/catherinecronin/status/964445107545165824 srhe By Helen Crump The event organised by the SRHE Digital University Network in Belfast on 16 February focused on the theme of social justice and the ‘public good’ and how the ‘digital’ […]
I am pleased to be organising a one-day seminar hosted by Queen’s University Belfast, and supported by the Society for Research into Higher Education. Venue: Great Hall, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast, University Road, Belfast, BT7 1NN This one-day event is a space for dialogue on social justice, […]
Lectureship I am now a year into a lectureship at Queen’s University Belfast. This role has meant that I have not had the time to write updates on this blog as I have been busy focussing on a new location and new institution. The change and new role […]
The following are the slides to my paper at the EATAW (the European Association of Teaching Academic Writing) Conference at Royal Holloway University (London, UK): The talk was basically an overview of the key issues in my recent book ‘Assignments as Controversies’, published by Routledge/T&F. I talked about novel approaches […]